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This Man Used His Inherited Fortune To Fund The Racist Right

William Regnery II, a man who inherited millions but struggled in business, tried for 15 years to ignite a racist political movement — and failed. Then an unforeseen phenomenon named Donald Trump gave legitimacy to what Regnery had seeded long before: the alt-right. Now, the press-shy white separatist breaks his silence.

Aram Roston 2 years ago

Education Civil Rights Advocates Fear "Horror Show" Under Trump

The Department of Education's Office of Civil Rights is bracing for change under the president-elect, who's previously talked about cutting the office. Many conservatives believe the agency has gone too far in pushing a progressive federal agenda on local community schools

Joel Anderson 3 years ago

How Georgia's Voter-Fraud Fight Could Make This Grandmother A Felon

In a South Georgia town, the prosecution of five people on accusations of voter fraud comes amid an unexpectedly tight battle for the state's electoral votes. The state argues vigilance against voter fraud is necessary — but others say it’s a tactic to suppress the vote.

Joel Anderson 3 years ago

"I'd Have To Have Two Souls"

Baltimore has one of the most diverse police forces in the country. So why are community relations still so bad?

Joel Anderson 4 years ago

First Freddie Gray Case Ends In Mistrial

After three days of deliberations, the Baltimore jury was unable to reach a verdict in the first trial of a police officer associated with the death of Freddie Gray. U.S. Rep. Elijah Cummings said he has been informed prosecutors will attempt a retrial.

Joel Anderson 4 years ago